Service Center Inventories Cause for Concern?

November 2006
Metal Center News;Nov2006, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on issues and topics concerning the shipments of steel and aluminum products from the U.S. Indications showed that the shipments of these products declined in September 2006. Inventories of both metals rose and inventory-to-sales ratios deteriorated. According to industry analysts, though the current level of supply on hand is building, shipments are normally lower at this time of year for steel.


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